Women, Sex, and Church: A Case for Catholic Teaching

Publication date: August 1, 2010

Publisher: Pauline Books & Media

From the publisher:

In this volume, contributors from a variety of backgrounds and professions challenge the common misconception that Catholic teachings are anti-women and anti-sex. They promote that, contrary to popular belief, it is precisely the Church’s controversial teachings on abortion, sex, marriage, contraception, and reproductive technologies that illuminate the Church’s love of women and reverence for sex. Relying on biological, sociological, and medical evidence, along with personal anecdotes and experiences, these women defend Church teaching–all from a pro-woman perspective.

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